Strategic Planning

Employee engagement

Why is employee engagement so important? Aren’t we happy with someone just doing their functional job well? What more do we want from people? All good questions, and pertinent ones if you’re hoping to make strategy work within your organization. The problem with primarily focusing on satisfaction is that while Read more…

By Kirk, ago
Strategic Planning

The other half

If you were to walk around your organization and ask employees what the vision of the company was… what would be their response? Can everyone rattle it off? Is that really the point, to be able to regurgitate it? In fact, get up and do that right now… then come Read more…

By Kirk, ago
Strategic Planning

Finding your own blind spots

“Leaders must see reality as it is, not as it ought to be.” – Benjamin Netanyahu One of the greatest things a leader can facilitate is an environment that is conducive to an organization finding its own blind spots. Don’t be fooled, every organization has them. Blind spots are areas Read more…

By Kirk, ago
Strategic Planning

Why go further?

Within your organization, how strong is the drive to continuously improve? Of course it’s different from one person to the next. However, the most important question to ask will always be… “How strong is this drive within the CEO and executive team?” There are very few organizations within which the Read more…

By Kirk, ago